Amzoozle.com???

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  1. jennyf2

    jennyf2 DIS Veteran

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    This popped up on one of my other Disney sites & they are offering B1G1 $25 Visa, Mastercard, Amex & a few other GC's. Anyone familiar with them?
     
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  3. Marionnette

    Marionnette <font color=deeppink>Wishing On A Star<br><font co

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    Never heard of them. Can't find anything about them using a google search. Whois.net shows that the domain name is available (ie - there is no such website registered).

    If it sounds too good to be real, it probably isn't.
     
  4. jennyf2

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    I tried googling them also & found nothing. I NEVER click pop-up ads but this one was on a reputable Disney blog site so I decided to check it out. I think I'll pass :)

    Thanks for the reply!
     
  5. Cheshire Figment

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    I did a "whois" search for amzoozle or amazoozle both as .com and .net and Network Solutions (Internic) was unable to locate any of the four.. Please check your spelling.
     
  6. disney4rfamily

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    I think it is actually Amoozle.com. I also saw it today on another Disney site. I checked it out briefly but also thought it looked too good to be true.
     
  7. cats mom

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    I think they left a couple of letters out of the name. Instead of amoozle.com I think BamBoozle.com would have been more appropriate.

    They've been registered through FastDomain for less than 6 months, and with a business address in Canada, so I wouldn't be surprised if you get hit with foreign transaction fees. Plus they charge a handling fee of $4.95 to send an e-card, assuming you receive it at all.

    I'd be very wary of this one.

    Edited to add:

    In fairness, some folks on another website say they did eventually receive gift cards they ordered through this site.

    Personally the only way I'd order from them is using a virtual credit card number, and I'd still think twice because I'm not sure saving $20 is worth the potential hassle - but that's just me.
     

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